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When was the last time you heard a perspective that unsettled or transformed the way you think about an issue? That’s the power of framing. How people, organisations, campaigners and...
In this issue of the Progressive Review we ask: Which framing narratives are influencing the public? Who is doing the framing and whose interests are at stake? When are they doing it? How are the...
This year, IPPR’s Progressive Review turns 30. Since its creation the journal has provided a space for progressives to debate ideas and policies which can change politics and society for the better. ...
Zoë Billingham, director of IPPR North, on BBC Politics discussing our latest State of the North report.
IPPR's Dr George Dibb goes on Sky news to discuss recent energy company profits and the need to tax share buybacks.
IPPR's Amreen Qureshi speaks to BBC about the latest migration statistics.
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